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dave teel

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About dave teel

  • Birthday 03/01/1952

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    davidateel@yahoo.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    San Diego,Ca
  • Interests
    current build Cutty Sark

    Competed builds;
    Star Of India "Scratch Build"
    Constellation
    Victory
    Wasa
    Bounty
    Flying Fish
    San Felipe

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  1. I am about to start this same build and your log is the best work I've ever seen. Thankyou, beautiful work.
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    I was able to match the paint colors by using a small chip from one of her yards being restored on the dock.
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    Since I live in San Diego and she is berthed here I wanted a model of her for my own. There is no kit to build her so I decided to try my first scratch build using her as the templet.
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    Deck details. I spent two years on board taking 100's of pictures and measurements to complete this build.
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    To simulate the iron hull I mixed fine silica sand and white glue. I applied it to the hull and painted when dry.
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    Star Of India sailing off the San Diego Coast.
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    Completed ship, hand sewn sails.
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    Best and most detailed Cutty Sark kit..?

    I'm 500 hours into the Artisan Latina Cutty Sark and I found the materials and instructions to be pretty good. It includes sails and that is something I always include in any of my builds. The instruction booklet has very good picture instructions for every step. This is a big plus if you are new to the craft. I'm including some pictures of the build. If you choose this kit you will not be disappointed with the results.
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    The Flying Fish by Corel
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    My second build the Wasa.
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    AL's the Bounty
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    AL'S Cutty Sark
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    Panart San felipe.
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    My third build. Corel's victory. My first attempt at sails and copper plating.
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    Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    AL's Constellation. My first build 35 years ago.

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